Hello! I am new to the forum and have been reading for the last day or so to find an answer for this.
I am trying to decrypt some videos from a sports subscription site (not sure if I'm allowed to mention the name) and I note from Baldrick's sticky at the top of this forum that I cannot share a direct link here to a video from a subscription service, so that's why I've not done that either.
I've used YT-DL before and FFMPEG, so I've managed to find the video using the 'network' tab on the dev tools option in Chrome, then downloaded it via YT-DL using "-allow-unplayable-formats" and it worked, it downloaded the mp4 video file and the accompanying m4a audio file (I think my config file has it specific to best audio and video anyway but I can't remember). I am now looking for the key, the site in question uses WIDEVINE according to the playback info from dev tool
"https://api.playback.indazn.com/v5/Playback?AssetId=aupey7957nbh1wb4lxu9v7ito&PlayerI d=test&DrmType=WIDEVINE&Platform=web&Format=MPEG-DASH&LanguageCode=en&Model=BROWSER&Secure=true&Lat itude=null&Longitude=null&Manufacturer=unknown&Pla yReadyInitiator=false&MtaLanguageCode=en&AppVersio n=9.18.0"
I'm not having much luck locating anything that resembles a key (at least not when searching directly in the network tab itself), this is a 6 part doc that I'd love to grab all parts of and i've never found it on any of the sports tracker sites i'm on, so getting it myself is the only way to do it. Plus this is some knowledge I'd love to have going forwards anyway! Happy to learn and invest the time in the process so not looking for a quick out if that makes a difference.
If I've included too little or too much detail here then please let me know and i'll revise the post.
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I'm not having much luck locating anything that resembles a key (at least not when searching directly in the network tab itself)